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Prince In Los Angeles

03:01 PM Monday 4/11/11 |   |

Prince officially announces details on the first three dates of his 21-night residency in Los Angeles. But you’ll have to hustle if you want to go. The onsale for the first date takes place a little more than 48 hours before show time.

  • Prince

    Announcing his "Welcome 2 America" tour at New York's Apollo Theater.
    October 14, 2010

    (AP Photo)

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Prince originally teased his residency plans last week with a phone call to TBS’ “Lopez Tonight.” While the Purple One told host George Lopez that the first of the 21 shows would take place at the The Forum in Inglewood, his words were quickly misconstrued in the media as indicating that all shows would be at the 44-year-old sports arena. Now it appears only some of the concerts will take place at The Forum.

Like the first three gigs in the residency – April 14, 21 and 22.

The shows are a part of Prince’s Welcome 2 America tour that launched in late 2010 and has done tremendous biz at the box office. When Prince announced the tour at the Apollo Theater last fall, he said he’d act more like a master of ceremonies than a headliner, playing hosts to musical guests such as Mint Condition, Janelle Monae, Maceo Parker, Cassandra Wilson and Larry Graham with Graham Central Station. So far, Prince has not announced the guests for his Los Angeles shows.

But he has revealed ticket info with approximately 85 percent of all tickets priced at $25, inclusive of all fees. All three announced Forum dates go up tomorrow, April 12 at 10 a.m. PDT via Ticketmaster.


Comments

  1. krantz99 wrote:

    03:30 PM, Apr 12, 2011

    So why do you guys print crap like this without making live Nation or Prince actually provide evidence to back up their claims. Because there is SIMPLY NO WAY that 85% of the seats are $25. Go look at thee shows for yourself and tell me where in the world that figure comes from. Are you guys independent reporters or simply a mouthpiece for whatever crap the industry spits out for you to print as though it was fact. You should be ashamed.